LibriVox recording of The American Rivals of Sherlock Holmes
To follow up on the heels of "The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes" already released on Librivox ( Volume1 and Volume 2 ), here is a collection of stories starring his contemporary American rivals. Brought together and re-published in a single volume by Hugh Greene in 1979, this set of readings goes back to and uses the original source material. (Summary by ToddHW)
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April 1, 2013 Subject:
This collection has some interesting stories ("Found Guilty" was great), but the readings were very uneven. It is listenable, but not great.
February 11, 2013 Subject:
This is one of the poorer compilations I have listened to. Some of the accents are too strong so that you can't really follow the story, and some of the recordings are so poor you can't follow the story (mic too close). Some are great tho, so it's still worth a listen, just be warned.